Steel Furniture of Dimitri Kruithof
Steel is widely admired for its strength and integrity, qualities which are celebrated by the furniture collection of Dutch architect Dimitri Kruithof.
Made of steel sheets and T-profile sections with weld-marks and rivets clearly visible, the collection exudes an air of industrial chic and unadulterated masculinity. Standout designs include the exuberant Layers chair, made of different layers of colourful steel sheets joined together, inspired by the layers used in Photoshop; the Twisted stool with its dynamic slanting legs and the cool, minimalist T Tectonic chair. Perfect for a contemporary industrial design scheme.
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